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Jesus, The Christ - Fathered Children?

Would Jesus, the Christ, have been capable of fathering Children? Would he have been capable of sustaining an Attention, penetration and expulsion, the acts necessary of the natural impregnation of a woman?

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There are denotations and connotations in every word or phrase.  If you are enquiring into the humanity of Jesus then there are less offensive ways to go about it.  You do realise that discussion of a person Instruments would be considered, at best, insensitive in european culture and definately so in nigerian cultures.  I don't know about cameroon, though.  However in the context of your other posts it is quite clear to me that your words carry a connotation intended to insult. 

Anyway sha, I've answered your questions on the Paul Kurtz thread and I am waiting for your response.

http://www.nairaland.com/nigeria/topic-148054.0.html

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This is a disproportionate reaction to a thread that makes no antagonistic attack on the subject of the thread. It was just asking a simply and straightforward natural question that is asked on many thousands of men as the visit health and fertility clinics. If Jesus was a man, could such questions not be asked of him? If not, why not?

As a Christian, you have obviously got you head buried deep in the cesspit that is the bible (with your Bottom emitting the violent stench that you ingess through your mouth) to realise the full implications of the question. OK, let me spell it out for you;

Even in Jesus's own time, or shortly thereafter there were violent debates about the nature of Jesus - was he fully human, was he only apparaently human, was he fully spirit, etc, etc. This question was at the centre of the first church council t Nicea. In fact, Paul so much as informs us that those who believe that Jesus was not fully human are from the devil. So if Jesus was fully human, he would have had natural human male characteristics, assuming he was healthy.

With that in view now, can you address the question rather that this vitriolic diatribe.

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Let this thread and the OP stand as a testament to the vitriolic and hate infested state of Huxley's mind.  What is the Rational line of enquiry that is pursued here?

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